Obama Unlikely To Break Vacation For Flood VisitPresident Barack Obama is not expected to break from a New England vacation to survey Louisiana flood damage, despite calls for him to visit.
More Than 1K Rescued In Louisiana Floods; Death Toll RisingNational Guard soldiers and other officials in boats and helicopters plucked more than 1,000 people from their homes and cars as "unprecedented, historic" flooding swamped Louisiana, the governor said Saturday, warning that the slow-moving storm would dump even more rain and cause further problems.
Drivers Warned To Avoid Homestead Roads After Wicked WeatherWicked weather caused major flooding in parts of South Florida - including Homestead.
Heavy Rains Make Coconut Grove Look Like A Kiddie PoolCoconut Grove is looking like a kiddie pool thanks to Thursday’s heavy rains.
Miami Beach Residents Say They're Tired Of Continued High Tide FloodingSalt water is seeping up through storm drains and over the seawall, soaking the streets of Miami Beach Friday night.
Miami Beach Residents Suffering Another Round Of FloodingMiami Beach residents are dealing with another round of flooding from high tides Thursday night.
Report Says Florida Ranks 2nd In Natural Disaster RiskA new report says Florida ranks second only to California in the number of homes at risk for a natural disaster.
Miami Beach Installing Water Pumps To Help With FloodingSo far so good. That's the word from Miami Beach city officials, although some residents see it differently.
Gov. Scott On Erika: "We Still Have To Stay Alert"Florida Governor Rick Scott is urging residents to be prepared for impacts of remnants of Erika.
Heavy Rains Leave Opa-Locka Warehouse District FloodedThe rains that fell across South Florida on Wednesday left a mess in a warehouse district in Opa-locka.
Evacuations Ordered For Some In Tampa Area As Heavy Rain ContinuesAuthorities say a mandatory evacuation order is in effect for people living in a flood-prone area near New Port Richey.
FIU's Web App Helps Residents Visualize Possible Impact Of Rising Sea LevelsEver wondered whether your dwelling will be affected by rising sea levels? Florida International University developed a web app to help residents visualize the possible impact of rising seas on South Florida neighborhoods.

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